Announcing the eighth speaker at CRA’s annual Risk Forum on 5th & 6th October 2016 in Stratford upon Avon.
Topic: The design and implementation of modern automation systems
Jeton Partini is an interaction designer and human factors expert with an MSc in Entrepreneurship and a BSc in Interaction Design from Malmoe University. He is one of the design team for CGM in Boras, Sweden. CGM’s area of expertise is the design and safe operation of control rooms and the company has provided their expertise to many areas of industry including Oil and Gas, Energy, Marine and Process.
Today, operators are tasked with many activities. Is it reasonable to expect they’ll be able to respond appropriately to all conditions? What are the human elements that should be taken in to consideration in the design and implementation of modern automation systems?
This presentation discusses some of the capabilities available in a modern automation system and how to apply innovative control room planning and technology to support decision making and help humans handle the abnormal situations in a safe and effective manner. Jeton will present results from research performed in-house and centered on operator health, and the impact of an intelligent and ergonomic workspace that can both mitigate risk and increase productivity.
Jeton has served in the Swedish Armed Forces providing risk management for military tasks. Additionally for eighteen months he was an interpreter for UN/NATO forces in Kosovo.